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After a sluggish start to 2017, Collingwood will be looking to repeat their impressive win against Geelong in Round 9 last year, while the Cats will want to capitalise on their good start to the year.
St Kilda and GWS are two young, quick and skilled teams who promise to deliver an electrifying contest on Friday Night Football. Bruce McAvaney and Brian Taylor lead the call.
In Round 16 last year, the Dogs made a thrilling comeback against the Tigers, taking out a win which placed them back in the top four. Can the Tigers turn the tables and deliver a four quarter effort?
Sydney set themselves up for finals in a tight nine-point win over the Kangaroos. Can John Longmire's charges reverse their sluggish start to 2017 with a win over the Kangaroos?
In their quest for September action the Demons desperately need to break a 15-game losing streak to the competitive Kangaroos who have had a tough 2017 season to date.
With both teams eyeing off a coveted top four spot, Geelong will be aiming to continue its impressive form over the Power that has seen them triumph in 12 of the past 13 matches.
The rivalry that has seen them play in four finals in the last six seasons, now has them scrapping at the other end of the ladder as both clubs look to salvage the season.
Hawthorn's win over Port in Round 16 last year cemented their spot at the top of the ladder. Now that the table has flipped, the Power will be confident they can deliver a taste of revenge.
Geelong host their third consecutive match at Simonds Stadium in their clash against the Crows. The game promises to be a thriller after Geelong broke the Crows' run of eight wins last year.
It's a critical game for the Giants to win as they aim to stay in contention for a top four finish in what is shaping as the most even competition in years.
Fans of the Kangaroos and the Tigers have plenty to be excited about as both desperately aim to take the points here and stay in the fight for the top eight.
The Dogs and the Swans meet for a second time after the reigning premiers defended their title in Round 2. The Swans will be eager to redeem themselves tonight on their home turf.
Tonight the Crows are celebrating 20 years since their 1997 premiership win against St Kilda. The resurgent Saints will be hoping to spoil the party and break their run of six losses to the Crow
The Giants propelled themselves back into the top four after their tremendous win over Carlton last year. Will the emerging Blues hit back after a rocky season start
Thursday Night Football heads west to the Eagles' home ground as both teams aim to start cementing their top eight positions.
St Kilda has not had much luck against North Melbourne recently, but the Saints will be hoping their solid start to the season can help them break their six-match losing streak to the Kangaroos.
The Tigers and Swans have had changing fortunes this year. It's a high stakes affair as both battle to stay in touch with the eight.
With the Blues emerging and the Suns desperate to try and stay in touch with the pack, this clash could go down to the wire at Metricon Stadium.
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